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"Yesterday's Dead Today", Monday, October 6th, 7-9pm

"There is NOTHING like a Grateful Dead Concert!"

I'll be posting full setlists from now on, so scroll down...and I will be posting the week's gig announcements as well, while my show's webpage remains down:

Grateful Dead
Warfield Theater
San Francisco, CA

October 6, 1980
Master Cassette > Nakamichi 700s > Sony TC D-5
FOB either on the floor or 1st row balcony

Next on "Indigenous In Music with Larry Knudsen" this Saturday 3 to 5, October 4th 2014 "Sean Ward"

Host Larry Knudsen welcomes Sean Ward to Indigenous in Music this Saturday at 4:00 eastern time.  Email me for a free copy of his new album at indigenousinmusic@gmail.com  Join us for a live interview.  Hear music from his album “Southern Bonafide" on the web at seanward.me

Hot Rod Rock 4-6 PM Every Tuesday

Past shows archived at http://roaddogsradio.com/HRR/page/show.html for your earholes enjoyment.

The "Piana From Savannah" Stops By For Friday Happy Hour

Victor Wainwright, winner of the Pine Top Perkins Piano Award at the BMA's the past two years, is a force to be reckoned with.  Victor and his band "The Wild Roots" will be performing at Aces Live in Bradenton Friday night.  Tune into the Friday Happy Hour at 4 pm and catch this blues music rising star in the WSLR studio.

Need Some Fresh Country Air?

The Friday Morning Breakfast Bar on WSLR 96.5 7am to 9am  does not stop at just waking your senses.  Your entire week-end can get a jump start too.  Near the bottom of each hour, The Big List presents an array of week-end opportunities for fun and enrichment.  This Friday no less than 14 unique options are presented for your consideration including 2 that will move out out of the city and in to the beautiful countryside.  Fresh Air indeed, for your lungs, for your radio and for your mind!!!

The Surreal News 9-10 am Friday 10/3/14

Steve and Lew's second guest this week is Rose Roby from 15 Now Tampa chapter. She will explain why doubling the minimum wage is not just fair, but is good for the country. Right now, 40-hour per week worker earning the Florida minmum wage makes less that $17,000 per year.

But first, we will hear from Media Matters about the latest efforts by some in the media who are slanting and misrepresenting the actual news to fit a preconceived narrative.

Remember the Venice Blues Festival November 15th 11a.m. to 7 p.m.

OCTOBER 1ST HOUR ONE:
 

This Is Hip - Mick Taylor | Not Tonight Josephine - Beth McKee | Judgment Day - The Pretty Things | Sugar Mama - Lauren Mitchell Band | Looking For Somebody - Snowy White | Ain't Nobody's Business - George Worthmore | Baby Lee - Gary Brooker | Boogie Down Low - Sarasota Slim | Blind Man - Maggie Bell | Screamin' & Cryin' - Mac Arnold | Man Of The World - Ian Anderson |
 

HOUR TWO:

Backseat Driver

Sure, a co-host can feel that way sometimes. But he's holding my feet to the fire (or paws, as the case may be). 

Here are some links to resources mentioned on this week's Have You Heard?:

Books on the Nightstand (illuminating conversations about books and reading) - 

http://booksonthenightstand.com

 

Inside the New York Times Book Review Podcast - 

Renaissance SRQ - Underground and Glass

Join us on Renaissance SRQ this Thursday morning at 9am as we discuss two great shows right here in the Sarasota area. 

First up, we'll be speaking with Christopher Troksa and Alyssa Esteban from The Ringling about Thursday night's Ringling Underground event, featuring Alexander & The Grapes, Permanent Makeup, and DieAlps! We'll also be discussing the upcoming Ringling International Arts Festival. https://www.facebook.com/events/512894525510046/

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